Q: What is the angle between the hand of clock at pm?

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20 degrees

Each minute on the clock is 1/60 of the 360 degree circle or 6 degrees. There are 20 minute lines between 12 and 4 therefore, 20 times 6 is 120 degrees.

3:00 am, 3:00 pm, 9:00 am, 9:00 pm

About 4:22

4:21:49.5

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22215 pm is not a correct time, what time do you mean? The angle between the hands, if that is what you mean by 'the angle of the clock', does not depend on the length of the hands, so why have you given them? Please make the question clear and resubmit.

210 degrees

20 degrees

Each minute on the clock is 1/60 of the 360 degree circle or 6 degrees. There are 20 minute lines between 12 and 4 therefore, 20 times 6 is 120 degrees.

11 times.

120

3:00 am, 3:00 pm, 9:00 am, 9:00 pm

About 4:22

4:21:49.5

324 degrees

180 degrees. The hands are a straight line. Or, to be technical, you divide the clock face (360 degrees) by the number of minutes there are in half a day (clocks only record half a day: AM or PM), which is 360/12*60, so each minute is half a degree. There are 360 minutes between the twelve and the six on a clock. Half of 360 is 180. This only works for times ON THE HOUR, otherwise, the hour hand moves for every minute of time passing.